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Kaze / Trouble Kaze

Kaze / Trouble Kaze
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Kaze is an international free-jazz quartet featuring trumpeter Natsuki Tamura (Japan), trumpeter Christian Pruvost (France), pianist Satoko Fujii (Japan), and drummer Peter Orins (France). With the addition of Sophie Agnel (piano) and Didier Lasserre (drums), they become Trouble Kaze, a kind of double-trio formation.
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Kaze — Atody Man Kaze — Atody Man
(Circum-Disc Circum-Libra 204, 2018, CD)
Trouble Kaze — June Trouble Kaze — June
(Circum-Disc Helix LX009, 2017, CD)
Kaze — Uminari Kaze — Uminari
(Libra Circum-Libra 213, 2015, CD)
Kaze — Tornado Kaze — Tornado
(Libra Circum-Libra 202, 2013, CD)
Kaze — Rafale Kaze — Rafale
(Circum-Disc Libra 201, 2011, CD)

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